On 1/26/2010 6:56 AM, RSA wrote: > Just going by what I read on a "tutorial". > > http://gimp-tutorials.net/websitetutorial > > > I use OpenOffice Writer and create web pages that way....it's much > easier for a novice like myself than Kompozer and can do more with > less html knowledge.
I use a plain text editor. If you're going to be doing any sort of even half-serious web design, I highly recommend several methods of learning HTML: Read the standard available at: www.w3.org Go around to websites you like and view the source (it's how I learned to start out), then copy/paste the parts you like or want to learn more about. If you don't care about standards validity to start with, you only need to worry about the following structure: <html> <head> <title>Insert title</title> </head> <body> Insert content here </body> </html> You seem to be an intelligent fellow. The above methods got me to designing nice looking sites in only about 6 months. Of course I've been brushing up my skills for the past 12 years now. I don't do anything overly-complex because I'm lazy and because it will break in at least one major browser. To get this back on subject, the only thing I use GIMP for in web design is image creation/editing. -- PIT Emails are not formal business letters, whatever businesses may want.
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